Mark Loretta

Los Angeles Dodgers #5 - Second Base

  • Born: 08/14/71
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 185

Byrnes talks about Headley's injury


My notes from this afternoon's interview.

Today In Brewer History: Loretta's walkoff plunk


The Brewer infielder took one for the team and walked off a winner 14 years ago today.

Today In Brewer History: Meet the Reds


These two teams met for the first time 16 years ago today.

Northwestern/Michigan Baseball At Wrigley April 20


The Wildcats and Wolverines will play a Big Ten matchup at Wrigley Field as part of a five-year deal between Northwestern University and the Cubs.

World Baseball Classic Qualifying Round Begins, Former Red Sox Involved

Former Red Sox are still involved in baseball, by way of the World Baseball Classic

I Went to the Game: 8/22/12 Edition


I Went to the Game: 8/22/12 Edition (Pittsburgh Pirates @ San Diego Padres)

This Date In Red Sox History: August 14 - Lizzie Murphy's MLB Debut, Jim Lonborg Signs

The first woman in a major-league game played against the Red Sox, the home-win streak ends, and one of the key pieces from the 1967 squad is signed.

Today In Brewer History: Happy Birthday, Mark Loretta

On this day in 1971 Mark Loretta was born in Santa Monica, California. He went to college at Northwestern before the Brewers selected him in the seventh round (207th overall pick) of the 1993...

2012 MLB Draft: The Nepotism Rounds


Late in baseball's drafts, scouting directors start choosing offspring of various baseball people. Most of these players will never play in the major leagues. But some of the names might amuse you.

Today In Brewer History: Happy Birthday, Wayne Franklin


On this day in 1974, Gary Wayne Franklin was born in Wilmington, Delaware. After stints at a community college and the University of Maryland at Baltimore County, the Dodgers selected him in the...

An Open Letter To Theo Epstein And Jed Hoyer Regarding Kerry Wood

In which I lay out the case for the Cubs needing Kerry Wood to return.

Today In Brewer History: Pounding The Cubs


On this day in 1999, the Brewers and Cubs played the kind of all-out slugfest that only the steroid era and the wind blowing out at Wrigley Field could combine to provide. The Brewers scored two...

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